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About kingdavey

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  1. Great ride put on by Bear. Thanks to the sweeps as well. Turned out perfect weather in an amazing area. Great mix of riding conditions. Couldn't ask for more.
  2. Hi mate. Probably the closest spot with half decent riding is Mount Clay near Narrawong. PM me for more details. Cheers and welcome to the forum
  3. Just received mine. The best looking ones yet. Thanks Geoffro once again
  4. Hi Geoffro. I'll have a black orange in XL please.
  5. Of course it'll work if I run low on coolant. It doesn't rely on coolant contact like internal sensors. And where I put it in the radiator doesn't make any difference when I've got the freedom to adjust the temp to what ever I like.
  6. Hopefully my pic has uploaded, but as you can see the sensor is touching the core tubes, so it's pretty accurate. With this configuration the fan rarely comes on. Only hard hills and tight singles on a 30 degree day. But I'm running Liquid Intelligence Waterless Coolant, which I think helps keep the heat down as well. Now I don't how big these temp switches are off ebay. They might not even fit. But that's probably the setup or something similar I'd be looking for.
  7. So looking at my 17 250 there's no where to screw a temp sensor like in earlier models. I've got a trailtech fan on mine and it's got a sensor that wedges in the radiator fins quite tightly, and I've set it to 95 degrees with the sensor at the top of the radiator. If you didn't want to go to the expense of buying a whole new unit then I'd be buying something like this https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com.au%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F301756599885 And running a micro relay.
  8. With temperatures reaching 30 degrees, it was touch and go whether we would ride. But we made the effort, hydrated, pissed, then hydrated more. The ride started with easy flowing tracks, but soon got into some tight stuff that tested both unfit men and machine. Clutches were slipping, bikes were getting dropped, but tempers never frayed. Great bunch of blokes who i would happily ride again with. Thanks cobraone for the track prep and to TBRider for sweep. And a special congrats to Barclay who did the ride on a CRF250L dual sport. Great effort, bike looked a little worse for wear after though! Ended up drinking 3.5 litres on the ride and another 3.5 litres while fighting mad leg cramps driving home.
  9. I use one at work quite often. They're great if you don't want your rims marked.
  10. I've only been a member for a couple of years, but love the forum and the rides. Like most of us, I have a hectic life trying to fit everything in, so I appreciate the time and effort you guys put in to make this such a great and supportive forum. Cheers
  11. Can I grab a brown cap and black / teal singlet in XL please.
  12. I forgot I'd used this on my Comp 5s. Works a treat . Put your boots in the oven for a few minutes around 100 degrees, just to get the leather pliable, then brush it on. Repeat a few times. There's a thread on thumper talk.
  13. Alpinestars Tech 7 Enduro. Very comfy straight up, but not waterproof. Sorry.... But I'm no help.
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